A look inside the last Topps hockey card set printed in the 1970s–one that contains a famous rookie card and some new teams.
A 1915 Cracker Jack Ty Cobb, 1932 U.S. Caramel Babe Ruth and a Sporting Life Honus Wagner cabinet combined to sell for over $1.1 million alone.
PSA is encouraging more collectors to utilize its east coast office with the launch of a new website and online appointment booking tool.
Sports Memorabilia News
Consigned from Japan, a signed ball from the 1934 barnstorming tour headlined by two famous Yankees is on the auction block.
Around the Hobby
Vlad Guerrero and Fred McGriff are among the scheduled signers added to the National Sports Collectors Convention; Mile High’s ‘Extra Innings’ auction is open and check out these MARVEL-inspired minor league hockey jerseys now up for grabs.
- Notes: Thief Steals Dionne’s 1st Skates; 1880s Newspaper Touts Goodwin Album; Tiger Talks Upper Deck
- Notes: Story Behind Great Great Grandpa’s Card; Signed NBA All-Star Jersey Auction; Kid Gives Milestone HR Back
- Notes: World’s Oldest Golf Scorecard; Big $ for Trout and Rare O’Rourke; Bruins Helmet Auction
- 2nd Edition of T206 Book Earns Publishing Award
He’d been fired as Washington’s manager but Topps included Jim Lemon in its 1969 set anyway, pasting an ‘update’ over a much more positive cartoon it had originally planned.
What’s Hot in the Shop
Mike’s back with the current hottest sports card products and happy things are going better for hobby shops than his favorite place to ship packages.